Hurricane Hanna Brought Down Part Of The Trump Wall On The US-Mexico Border
A fragment of the wall built on the US-Mexico border to deter illegal immigration was destroyed by the impact of hurricane Hanna, the Daily Mail reports.
This site was located on the border of the US state of Texas and the Mexican state of Tamaulipas; it was built with private funds.
Earlier in July, experts criticized the quality of the barrier at this site and warned that it could collapse into the Rio Grande river.
Besides, corrosion was previously observed in this area.
Meanwhile, on social networks, some shots show how several sections of the wall collapse under heavy wind blows and heavy rain.